The regular season may be several months away, but college football is in full swing with spring games kicking off across the country. Among the many things fans will be watching is the continued progression of the nation's top quarterbacks.
In a post-Trevor Lawrence world, several young gunslingers will be looking to become the nation's top passer. To do so, they'll have to bring their game to another level in 2021, while leading their respective teams to even greater heights. For these Heisman favorites, improving certain facets of their game could pay huge dividends this coming season.
Spencer Rattler: Turnovers
Any critique of Rattler is going to feel like nitpicking. The star Oklahoma signal caller had a fantastic freshman year, passing for over 3,000 years and 28 touchdowns. His seven interceptions don't seem like a large amount, but five of them occurred during a span of three games, including a three-pick nightmare against Kansas State.